Source: Long Island Herald
The Sewanhaka Central High School District’s five high school buildings are now adorned with electronic signs thanks to members of the Nassau County Legislature.
Funding for the signs was provided through an effort by the offices of Legislators Carrié Solages, Vincent T. Muscarella, Richard J. Nicolello and Laura Schaefer, who secured $250,000 for the district. They will be used to keep district parents, students and community members informed on upcoming events.
Pictured from left, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ralph Ferrie, Legislator Carrié Solages, Elmont Memorial High School sophomore Justin Palmer, senior Courtney Ihaza, Principal John Capozzi and Board of Education President David Fowler.
Article by The Long Island Herald.